Buying contemporary art, you are doing a good and very important thing. You give moral and material support to the artist – the person who lives not only for himself, the person who searches, thinks about the destination, the future and formalizes the space of ideas and experiences. Malevich, Gauguin and Klimt no longer need our attention, our understanding, or our money …
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A high probability of making a mistake in the choice, since not all artists will leave a mark on the history of art. Continue reading
If you have recently started to paint with watercolors, you must have already had questions about the different types of watercolor paper. Whatever the paper, it has its advantages and limitations, and your choice can play a big role in achieving the desired result.
At first, the question of choosing paper may seem complicated and incomprehensible, but as you understand the essence of the importance of paper in the process, you can focus on the type of paper that will help you achieve your plan.
Paper is made from two ingredients – cellulose and water. Most popular varieties of watercolor paper, such as: Arches, Bockingford, Cotman, Langton, Saunders Waterford, Fabriano, Hahnemuhle, are produced Continue reading
What does an inquisitive artist need to know in mastering the watercolor technique in order to avoid the wrong path? And are there any special secrets of watercolor craftsmanship?
The previous story about the watercolor technique, its history and material features already contained answers to some questions. Now I would like to share my own experience and skills in watercolor painting, illustrating the story with photographs of the process of creating some works. Perhaps the reader will find answers to his questions in this story.
We already know how important the right choice of materials for watercolor painting is. In addition to the basic materials, the artist may need some more in the work, and they have not yet been talked about. Here is a list of materials with short comments. Fig. 1. Materials Continue reading